In an effort to expand its library to represent the Asian experience even more, Netflix will produce a new drama series called Partner Track, based on the Helen Wan novel of the same name. The story will follow a young lawyer played by Arden Cho (Teen Wolf, Chicago Med), who is set to become the first minority woman to become a partner in a venerable former law firm.
For Netflix Partner course, Sarah goldfinger and Georgia Lee will serve as writers and showrunners. Goldfinger is known for her work in television series such as Grimm, Hawaii Five-0, Charmed, Almost Human and more. Lee has notably been a screenwriter for Syfy and the acclaimed Amazon series. The extent.
The first two episodes of Partner course will be directed by the Emmy nominee Julie-ann robertson, whose credits include Bridgerton, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Castle Rock and more. The rest of the episodes will be directed by Tanya Wexler, Kevin Berlandi, Lily Mariye and Charles Randolph-Wright.
Georgia Lee commented:
“We are very excited to bring this story of an Asian American woman trying to break the glass ceiling of an elite law firm to life,”
Jinny Howe, vice president of original series at Netflix also weighed in:
“We are proud of the incredible team that have come together to bring Partner Track to life, a stimulating story told through the eyes of our Asian-American lead character Ingrid Yun, played by the talented Arden Cho, full of fun and romance, c is a contemporary and insightful look at the added pressures on women and those from under-represented backgrounds in the workplace today.
by netflix Partner course will be produced by Sarah Goldfinger, Kristen Campo, Kim Shumway and Tony Hernandez. Here’s everything we know about Netflix Partner course:
What is the plot of Partner course?
As mentioned above, Netflix Partner course will be based on the novel of the same name by author Helen Wan in 2013:
Here is the summary of the history of Partner course from Amazon:
Ingrid Yung’s life is full of firsts. First-generation Chinese-American, the first female lawyer in her family, she is poised to receive the holy grail of “firsts” and become the first minority woman to partner with the venerable law firm Parsons Valentine & Hunt.
Ingrid has perfected the art of “passing it on” and fits perfectly into the corporate culture of the alumni. She jokes happily in the company cafeteria, plays in the company softball league, and seriously accumulates her billable hours. But when an offensive incident during the summer outing threatens the company’s reputation, Ingrid’s status as an outsider is suddenly brought to the fore. Scrambling to control the damage, Parsons Valentine announces a new initiative for diversity and inclusion, with Commander Ingrid leading the effort. Only, she is on the verge of concluding a huge transaction which was to be her last step in securing a partnership.
For the first time, Ingrid has to question her place in the company. Opposed to her colleagues, including her golden-boy boyfriend, Ingrid begins to wonder if the prestige of the partnership is worth breaking its ethics. But can she risk spoiling the American dream which is finally within her reach?
Who is thrown Partner course?
The Netflix Cast Partner course will be led by Arden Cho, known for her roles in Teen Wolf, Chicago Med and more. Other cast members also include Bradley Gibson (Powerbook III: Ghost), Alexandra turshen (Ray donovan), Nolan Gerard Funk (The stewardess), Dominique sherwood (Penny Dreadful: City of Angels), Rob heaps (Good girls) and Matthieu rauch (Terminal Lis).
What is the state of production of Partner course?
Filming of the first season of Netflix Partner course began on September 13, 2021 in New York City and is expected to last until January 21, 2022 according to Production Weekly issue 1263.
What is the Netflix release date for Partner course?
Netflix has not set a release date for the first season of Partner course, but given the production schedule, we would expect it to be late 2022 or early 2023.
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